November 13, 2008

Creating!

Boy have I been on a creating binge lately. I love it but I can tell that I'm neglecting some other areas of life - mainly sleep! We're heading out of town this weekend so I'm excited to spend time with family and take a break from making things, I'll focus on making some memories!

Yesterday Jameson & I did some baking - one of our mommy & boy activities that we both enjoy! We made some cute little bear faced muffins. He doesn't like this picture, actually asked me to delete it and take it again - such a big personality for such a little boy!

I have a couple of fun things to share...I wrote up instructions on how to create a hybrid clipboard for the digichick blog. I also just found that I was selected to be a November guest for Plain Digital Wrapper. And I'm super excited to let you all know that I'm now on the CT for After Five Designs. I've also recently accepted the duty of hybrid project coordinator for The Daily Scrapper. This is an online publication - which I have a fun wreath spotlighted in for the issue that comes out this Friday. For future issues I'll be on the lookout for some other talented hybrid artists. If that is you, leave me a link so I can check out your gallery!

I had a friend call me earlier today to let me know about a great deal that Oprah is offering through snapfish - a free bound book, it is only good until midnight on Friday so go now! Click here!

Back to personal matters, when I was putting Jameson down for nap I was singing to him (he is the ONLY person that I have or will ever sing to). I have been singing the same songs since he was a witty bitty babe (Jesus Loves Me and Go Tell it on the Mountains). For the first time he actually sang along with me. So sweet. I love this boy so much it hurts my heart sometimes. Earlier this week we were watching tv and there was a section that was talking about Thanksgiving. The characters were talking about what they were thankful for so I asked Jameson what he was thankful for. He said, "my four-wheeler". Then I asked him who he was thankful for the four-wheeler. He looked right at me and said "God". I do hope he always remembers that everything that we have is because of our God.

2 comments:

Juli Fish said...

Jill - Congrats on all your new CTs! I can't wait to see your projects. Your hybrid work inspires me.

Melissa said...

Jill, would love for you to take a look at my hybrid projects. I'm also the one who's starting The Hybrid Kid blog! Thanks for looking!